Learning Disabilities Institute partners 

Working together to help all learners reach their full potential!
We are fortunate to work with individuals, organizations and businesses who, like us, are dedicated to ensuring success for all. Together, we strive to help people overcome their learning challenges and to meet their full potential : personally, academically and professionally.

We are proud to be able to count on the following partners to help us carry-out our mission:

OUR SCIENTIFIC PARTNERS

L’Association des Orthopédagogues du Québec

L’ADOQ is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote remedial education services for people with learning disabilities.

Ordre des ergothérapeutes du Québec

L’OEQ protects the public interest. Established in 1973 and consisting of about 5,000 occupational therapists. The Order oversees and controls the practice of the profession to guarantee that the public has access to quality services.

Le centre de transfert pour la réussite éducative du Québec

The mission of the  CTREQ is to contribute to innovation and knowledge mobilization in order to promote educational success in Quebec. Innovative practices and educational science are the foundation for the CTREQ’s work. The CTREQ has three main areas of focus: increasing the synergy between different researchers, fields of study and organizations; the evolution of practices to improve education; and the development of expertise both in Quebec and elsewhere.

Ordre des orthophonistes et audiologistes du Québec

The OOAQ is responsible for protecting the public with respect to the practice of its members, in particular by ensuring oversight and maintaining their qualifications.

Fondation dyslexie

works to find and implement “solutions” for people with dyslexia in educational, familial, therapeutic or professional settings, by offering discussion groups, awareness conferences and practical tools.

Ordre des conseillers et conseillères d’orientation du Québec

The OCCOQ is responsible for the quality of its services to the public. The Order ensures members’ qualifications and supports them in maintaining and developing their professional skills. The Order’s goal is to be a forum for exchange that helps guidance counsellors improve their practices while contributing to the further development of the field.

Comité québécois pour les jeunes en difficulté de comportement

The mission of the  CQJDC is to support the well-being of young people who are living with social, emotional or behavioural difficulties and to help improve the quality of educational services that are available to them.

Centre hospitalier universitaire Sainte-Justine

The CHU Sainte-Justine is a pediatric university health centre affiliated with the University of Montreal.

Druide

Founded in 1993, Druide informatique is a Quebec-based company that specializes in developing and marketing writing assistance software. Its subsidiary, Éditions Druide, publishes French-language works of fiction, non-fiction, children’s literature and textbooks. A large network of contributors and partners complements the group’s team of more than 60 permanent employees.

Accès bénévolat

For 35 years now, the mission of Accès Bénévolat has been to promote volunteering and community service in Montreal. Discover or rediscover opportunities to volunteer in Montreal East.

Ordinateurs pour les écoles du Québec

The OPEQ is an organization that promotes social inclusion, re-use and ecologically-responsible recycling of electronics. OPEQ offers powerful equipment to meet the needs of school and their students.

Service national du RÉCIT en adaptation scolaire

The RÉCIT is hosted by Montreal School Board. It is network of people and resources dedicated to developing skills through the integration of technology in conformity with the Quebec Education Program.

Neurolab

The Neurolab is an educational neuroscience laboratory founded in 2014 at the University of Quebec in Montreal. Neurolab and the Learning Disabilities Institute have signed a memorandum of understanding to conduct joint research projects and to further our understanding of the science surrounding learning disabilities.

The Montreal Children’s Hospital

The Montreal Children’s Hospital provides the highest quality healthcare to infants, children and teenagers. Each year, tens of thousands of children and families from across Quebec and beyond seek care from the health professionals at MCH.

Vues et voix

Vues et Voix is an inclusive social economy business founded on the principal that access to culture and information is a fundamental human right. They focused on audiobooks, which are produces for audiences worldwide. Access to culture and information is a fundamental right. Since 2014, Vues et Voix has held special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). Vues et Voix is implementing various projects throughout the French-speaking world.

OUR FINANCIAL PARTNERS

Fondation Amelia et Lino Saputo jr

Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur

Fondation Lucie et André Chagnon

Réseau réussite Montréal

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton

OUR REGIONAL PARTNERS

AQETA Estrie

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(819) 580-7704
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AQETA Laval

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100, rue Tourangeau Est,
Laval, H7G 1L1 Laval
450-668-0123 ou 1 (888) 668-5655
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AQETA St-Léonard

514-259-3883
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AQETA Outaouais

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109, rue Wright, bureau 205
Gatineau (secteur Hull) J8X 2G7
(819) 777-3126
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